A Facebook Rant

This came across my wife’s Facebook feed – don’t know if it’s true or not, but it states exactly how I feel about the Republican’s squishiness in the face of the Democrat’s crap.


From the time I was able to vote I voted Republican. I am now 69 years old.

Recently I received a questionnaire and request for money from the Republican Party and strongly agree with every question, as I have since Obama was elected.

Unfortunately the one question that was missing is: What have the Republicans done for the American people?

We gave you a majority in the House and Senate, and you never listened to us. Now you want our money, my money, more money. You should be more concerned about our votes, not our money.

You are the establishment which means all you want is to save your jobs and line your pockets.

Well guess what? It‘s not going to happen.

TRUMP hasn‘t asked for a dime.

You might think we are fools because you feel Trump is on a self-destruct course, but look beyond Washington and listen to the masses. Nobody has achieved what he has, especially in the state of New York.

Here‘s why I want Trump. Yes, he‘s a bit of an ass; yes, he ‘s an egomaniac; but I don‘t care.

The country is a mess because politicians suck.

The Republican Party is two-faced and gutless, and illegals are everywhere.

I want it all fixed!

I don‘t care that Trump is crude. I don‘t care that he insults people. I don‘t care that he has changed positions. I don‘t care that he‘s been married 3 times. I don‘t care that he fights with Megan Kelly and Rosie O’Donnell. I don‘t care that he doesn‘t know the name of some Muslin terrorist.

Our country has become weak, bankrupt. Our enemies are making fun of us. We are being invaded by illegals. We are becoming a nation of victims where every Tom, Ricardo and Hassid is a special group with special rights to a point where we don‘t even recognize the country we were born and raised in, “AND I JUST WANT IT FIXED.” And Trump is the only guy who seems to understand what the people want.

I‘m sick of politicians, sick of the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, and sick of illegals. I just want this thing fixed. Trump may not be a saint, but he doesn‘t have lobbyist money controlling him; he doesn‘t have political correctness restraining him; all you know is that he has been very successful; a good negotiator; he has built a lot of things; and, he ‘s also not a politician. And, he says he‘ll fix it. And, I believe him because he is too much of an egotist to be proven wrong or looked at and called a liar.

I don‘t care if the guy has bad hair.

You are welcome to pass this on, or not.

Thought for the Day – ”No country can sustain, in idleness, more than a small percentage of its numbers. The great majority must labor at something productive!”

Don R. “Dick” Ivey, PhD

P.S. No Borders, No Language, No Culture = No Country

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The Same Dance, Only Worse

Eleven years ago this month, I started writing in a personal blog.  Looking back at one of the first posts, I ran across this statement:

How a President and his wife (now a Senator) were able to avoid jail while they committed perjury is beyond me except for “connections.”

How things haven’t changed…

It’s also interesting that eleven years ago, Trump had a reality show, he made some pretty bad statements that were recorded, and he was a Democrat, and this was all after a President was impeached for lying about having inappropriate sexual relationships with an intern.

I cannot and will not defend Donald Trump for his foul mouth – he is the one that owns that particular chunk of bad manners.  He has made public apologies, and that should be the end of it…except it wont be.

The Media, always drawn to any sleaze involving Conservative or Republicans while ignoring the Democrats or Progressive/Liberals for similar or worse actions, will milk this for all its worth while looking for anything else to smear Trump.  It won’t matter how much the Hildebeast is exposed for the shady dealings, lies, and outright treason that she has committed, the Media will continue to shield her as much as possible.

And I cannot for the life of me understand why.  I can speculate, but I do not understand why the Media would support a person that does not respect the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the laws of this land.  For instance –

During the second debate, both candidates were asked “What would you prioritize as the most important aspect of selecting a Supreme Court justice?”  The answer (in part) from the Hildebeast was telling where her priorities and loyalties lie:

“This is one of the most important issues in this election. I want to appoint Supreme Court justices who understand the way the world really works, who have real-life experience, who have not just been in a big law firm and maybe clerked for a judge and then gotten on the bench, but, you know, maybe they tried some more cases, they actually understand what people are up against.

“Because I think the current court has gone in the wrong direction. And so I would want to see the Supreme Court reverse Citizens United and get dark, unaccountable money out of our politics. Donald doesn’t agree with that.

“I would like the Supreme Court to understand that voting rights are still a big problem in many parts of our country, that we don’t always do everything we can to make it possible for people of color and older people and young people to be able to exercise their franchise. I want a Supreme Court that will stick with Roe v. Wade and a woman’s right to choose, and I want a Supreme Court that will stick with marriage equality.

“I want a Supreme Court that doesn’t always side with corporate interests. I want a Supreme Court that understands because you’re wealthy and you can give more money to something doesn’t mean you have any more rights or should have any more rights than anybody else.

“So I have very clear views about what I want to see to kind of change the balance on the Supreme Court. And I regret deeply that the Senate has not done its job and they have not permitted a vote on the person that President Obama, a highly qualified person, they’ve not given him a vote to be able to be have the full complement of nine Supreme Court justices. I think that was a dereliction of duty.”

I would like to point out as many other people have is that the Constitution or the Bill of Rights did not figure in the Hildebeast’s answer to this question.  If anything, her answer – when carefully read – reveals that she wants to appoint Justices that will support a Progressive/Liberal viewpoint which is actually counter to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, despite what her follow-up response to the Second Amendment:

“And I just want to quickly say, I respect the Second Amendment. But I believe there should be comprehensive background checks, and we should close the gun show loophole, and close the online loophole.”

Her statement about the Second Amendment is absolutely false – she does not respect the Second Amendment, and has stated as much in earlier speeches and policy conferences.  She would, in essence, appoint Justices to overturn the Heller and McDonald rulings, and sign legislation such as H.R.4269What doesn’t get legislated away and supported by a Leftist Supreme Court, she will ban and confiscate by Executive Order.  These would gut the Second Amendment rights of the People without touching the Amendment itself.  These statements and strategies are all in the public domain should you search for them.

Back to the original response – Overturning the Citizen’s United ruling is a blow against the First Amendment’s freedom of speech and press.  Stop and think about that – the Media is for a candidate that is against corporations, unions (!), and other organizations stating their opinions by running ads against or for candidates.  If overturned, then could censorship of the Media be far behind?  Giving the Liberal/Progressive penchant for government control of everything, it’s not a stretch, and the media should be very aware of the company they are keeping.

A good example of this is the recent Obamacare fiasco.  Insurance companies are losing money hand over fist, and have petitioned the Government for assistance per legislation.  The Government is refusing, so the insurance companies are withdrawing from the exchanges, leaving many people scrambling for insurance.  There are several examples of the Government reneging on promises, legislation, or treaties throughout history.  Just ask the Indians…the Veterans…or Michelle Malkin (who just had her third insurance carrier bail on her).

To rely on the government for anything long-term is stupidity at best and insanity at worst. – Tom Roland, Equal Diversity

My friends, I am beyond concerned – I’m genuinely frightened at a Hildebeast presidency.  With the polls as they are against Trump and Republicans running for the hills trying for self preservation, a Felon in Chief is more than just possible.  We cannot depend on the Republicans to hold the line in the House and Senate against a Hildebeast presidency – they have overturned only one Presidential veto in the almost 8 years of an Obama presidency, and that was for a no-brainer.  The Republicans have been squishy at best, absent at worst, and ineffective most of the time.  But they’re still better than the Democrats being in charge.

In closing, there’s this from Mark Davis at Townhall.com:

There is plenty of fair criticism of Trump on the right. Some of his conservatism seems recently cultivated, and he has only fitful fluency in its language. Doubt is not unreasonable. And some of his pronouncements, from trade policies to the minimum wage, are soundly unconservative.

But his priority list offers a shot at conservative results more satisfying than we might have seen from perhaps half the field he defeated. Immigration, Obamacare repeal, a serious war against global jihad, a Reaganesque tax plan, job creation—if he bats only .500 on these, we will see a far better America than under her malicious stewardship.

And that’s before we get to the issue that will give the next president an imprint on America lasting until the grandchildren are grown: the Supreme Court. It is an unpardonable disconnect for any constitutional conservative to show nonchalance or outright approval as Hillary Clinton plots a savaging of the Bill of Rights.

So Trump is coarse. So he has said some offensive things. So he won’t mix well at George Will’s patrician cocktail parties. So he causes the elites to clutch their pearls and get the vapors. So what? We have a country to save.

And there are two kinds of conservatives right now: those who will take up the fight to save this nation from Hillary Clinton, and those who won’t. From the halls of Congress to the cubicles of punditry, many will be judged for years to come by their choices in the coming days.

And let’s be clear. Taking up the fight means taking up the fight. It does not include mere restraint from savaging the nominee. It does not mean playing Paul Ryan head games containing tepid good wishes wrapped in a refusal to endorse.

Taking up the fight means making it abundantly clear to all who listen that every voter should pull the lever for Donald Trump. Anything less leaves America’s door unlocked for the home invasion that will accompany the Hillary Clinton inauguration.

Folks, I don’t know what it will take for you to get through this election – clothespins on the nose, an ice-cream binge, Jack Daniels, or what ever else – we do need to vote for the one chance that this country has, no matter how uncouth or unpalatable their actions have been in the past.  And that person is Donald Trump, (and yes, vote for any and all Republicans running for Congress, state, and local offices).

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Why People Will Vote for the Hildebeast

My wife and I were talking politics the other day, and she asked me why on Earth anyone  would vote for the Hildebeast.  I responded by listing the following (in no particular order):

  • Has a “D” for party affiliation
  • Is a Female
  • Has been in the public eye for 30-years
  • Was a First Lady
  • Was a Senator
  • Was Secretary of State
  • States that she is for “the little guy”
  • Conveniently ignore the many scandals, past and present

And went on with the following explanations and comments for each bullet point:

Has a “D” for party affiliation:  There are people in this country that will never, under any circumstance, vote for a Republican candidate.  To some of them, the Republican Party is akin to the spawn of Satan.  Others believe that if a Republican is elected, nationally or locally, their benefits will dry up and they would be forced to find work.  And yet others believe that the Democrats are the Party of Compassion (more on this later).  Regardless, these are the hard-core people that would never vote for a Republican candidate, no matter what Hell the Democrats unleashed upon the population.  All we have to do is take a look at cities that have had long-term Democratic rule, watched these cities implode, and Democrat candidates still being elected to know that this is a failing, insane strategy.

Is a Female:  Some people will vote for the Hildebeast just because she is a woman.  They believe that she would stand up for women’s rights (equal pay, sexual harassment, etc.).  Others want to be in on electing the very first woman President.  Still others identify with the Hildebeast believing that a “woman’s touch” is needed to right the country.  If this is their idea of the ideal woman candidate, I can think of the Queen from Snow White being a better candidate, poisoned apple and all…

Has been in the public eye for 30-years:  The Hildebeast has been around for a long time, mostly playing second fiddle to Bill “Slick Willie” Clinton.  Now it’s her time to shine, especially after…

Was a First Lady:  Starting off as the First Lady of Arkansas, then moving on up to the East Coast as First Lady of the United States, she moved through the halls of power, being the power behind the throne upon which Bill sat.  Of course, through it all, she covered for him and ran interference for his many “misdeeds” with female personnel.  So now it’s her turn as the hurt wife.

Was a Senator:  After leaving the White House (with the china), she immediate landed in New York and became a Senator for that state until becoming the Secretary of State under Obummer as the consolation prize after a failed bid for the Presidency.  Just another bullet point on the resume…

Was Secretary of State:  For the first four years of the Obummer Presidency, the Hildebeast jetted all over the globe meeting and dealing with world leaders.  This at least gives the illusion of competency even though every “deal” that she had a hand in has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people in the Middle East while lining her pockets through “donations” to the Clinton Foundation.  But it’s the illusion that matters, and yet another bullet point on the resume.

States that she is for “the little guy”:  The Democrats have always portrayed themselves as for “the little guy” and the Hildebeast is no different.  She speaks on the campaign trail that she will stick up for women’s rights like equal pay (while paying female Clinton Foundation employees 18% less than their male counter parts), and preventing or protecting against sexual assault (unless they’re in bed with or attacked by Bill, or if self-defense involves a firearm).  She supposedly sympathizes with small businesses, citing the example of her father’s drapery business.  She has adopted the Bernie platform of free stuff, and admits that she will have to raise taxes to pay for it all (after all, the money has to come from somewhere, and the rich’s “fair share” in taxes (except for herself and her cronies) won’t be enough to cover the bill).  She constantly portrays herself as a civil justice warrior, fighting the good fight against police racism and siding with the “oppressed” Black Lives Matter group.  This is despite that many of her political platforms will, upon further inspection, will destroy the very people that she purports herself to be protecting.

Conveniently ignore the many scandals, past and present:  This is probably the most extreme example of blind ignorance that I have ever seen.  The scandals, blood, bodies, and money that the Hildebeast has been able to avoid responsibility for is almost beyond belief.  There are thirty some years of public records showing ethical and moral bankruptcy, of destroying lives and careers, of doing anything it would take to advance herself, her agenda, and increase her bank account.  And yet these records are being ignored by voters who want to elect a corrupt, vengeful, hateful woman to the highest office in this land.

Postscript:  As I’m writing this post, news reports of Trump’s 11-year old lewd conversation are being widely condemned by the media and various leaders in both political parties.  Trump has apologized, and his wife has stated publically that she has forgiven him for his statements. 

In closing, I would like to add this excerpt from Robert Charles from his article at Townhall.com:

…If we are imperfect humans, we still have a right to expect more from our candidates for high office.  We must – in the end – vote our conscience, vote to preserve the US Supreme Court and our security, avoid ingrained public corruption and degradation both, to the greatest extent possible. 

I cannot vote for what seems to me, on overwhelming public evidence, a massive criminal enterprise, one that boggles the mind with each new email release.  To me, one candidate’s brazen criminal intent, bold disrespect for rule of law, arrogance and indifference to our Nation’s core principles disqualifies her from future public service.  But I cannot easily vote for what seems a candidate who makes a mockery of human respect, civility, decency and seriousness of purpose without degradation and disgust. 

I would also invite the readers of this post to read Jack Hellner’s post at American Thinker for the media’s focus on providing the public a squirrel to chase.

No, it isn’t easy to vote for an imperfect person.  But that is the choice that we have before us.

God Help Us and the United States.

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Just a Few Thoughts…

While we all know that the Internet is probably one of the greatest sources of misinformation, I doubt that it can compete in the willful deception of the American people as the Media.  While the Media is supposed to be fair and impartial in its investigation and reporting of the facts except for the editorial page, the slanting of stories toward one viewpoint is, in my mind, nothing less than criminal malfeasance. 

Election Night

I wonder if this would be a better choice than the Hildebeast…

Vader 2016

If Hillary is elected, this will be the result:


And this will become the new norm, probably government mandated more than it already is…

Tolerant Liberal

God help us all.



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The Morning After…

…reveals that I’m bleary-eyed and droopy tailed with a hint of disgust after watching the first Presidential debate between the Hildebeast and Trump.  Before the pundits pollute my thinking, here are the impressions that I’ve come away with.

The Hildebeast came out swinging, putting Trump on the defensive.  She appeared to be well-prepared, he did not.   She was well polished in her composure (but that’s what 30-years in the public eye do), but Trump seemed like a country bumpkin in comparison.  Both candidates fired facts & figures back and forth, and the Hildebeast ended the debate with a personal attack.  The audience cheered both candidates for some of the highlights, and the moderator appeared to not be in control for most of the debate.  In fact, I believe he was ineffective at keeping the candidates under control and on point.

The impression that I came away with is that the debate resembled more of a schoolyard argument between two grade-schoolers than two presidential candidates.  Neither candidate appeared Presidential nor worthy of the highest office in the land.

I imagine that the pundits will give a slight edge to the Hildebeast as being the winner.  However, I believe that the real winner was the person that wasn’t on the stage last night.  That would be the Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.  I could see that after the petty performance of both candidates that he would pick up support from the undecided voters.

The clear loser of the debates is the American People.  This is what we have to choose from?

To quote Jeff Dunham’s Walter, “Can we have a do-over?”

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Litmus Test

On Monday evening, the first debate of the candidates for President will take place.  Ninety minutes, no breaks, no chairs, no teleprompters or earbuds, and no excuses.  Some are predicting a Hildebeast meltdown, some are predicting a Trump blow-up.  Regardless, this debate and the next will most likely determine the independent vote.

For those undecided reading this post, allow me a few minutes to ramble on how I determine how my vote will be cast between two candidates.

Those regular readers of this blog know that I am a 2nd Amendment supporter, and make no apologies for that.  Any candidate worth my vote must support, without question, the 2nd Amendment.  This is more than having firearms or weapons.  It is about the heritage of this country, how it was founded, and more importantly, who is really in charge of this country.  Without getting into a history lesson, this is my explanation for this criteria.

Candidates that state support for the 2nd Amendment recognize that the rights of the citizens of this country take precedence over the government.  It is not only this specific Amendment that is important, but the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence.  The candidate, by supporting the 2nd Amendment, also supports (without stating) the rest of the founding documents of this country.

It is therefore expected that these candidates will honor their oaths of office, and abide by the restrictions of the Constitution upon their office.  And in general, this has proven to be true.

If we look at political office holders who state opposition to the 2nd Amendment, we generally see that the rights of the citizens have taken a back seat to the political and personal aspirations of the individual candidate.  For instance…

Democrats have generally been anti-2nd Amendment while Republicans have been pro-2nd Amendment.  The public was generally not in favor of the Affordable Care Act (aka ACA aka Obamacare) as evidenced by the following exchange during a town hall with then Senator Arlan Spector and then HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibilius, a woman stood up and stated,

“I look at this health care plan and I see nothing that is about health or about care. What I see is a bureaucratic nightmare, Senator. Medicaid is broke, Medicare is broke, Social Security is broke and you want us to believe that a government that can’t even run a cash for clunkers program is going to run one-seventh of our U.S. economy? No sir, no!”

Amid great public outcry, the Democrats overwhelmingly voted for the ACA without a single Republican vote, taking away the freedom of the citizens of this country to select their own healthcare at affordable prices, and involving government control into an area not permitted by the Constitution.  As we have seen, the ACA is failing exactly as predicted, and We The People are literally paying the price for that failure. 

Yes, the Democrats were voted out of office for their failure to honor the rights and the will of the people, but once again we have in this election cycle two main party candidates on opposite sides of the 2nd Amendment.  If you apply this litmus test, and look at the positions of the candidates in respect to what rights of the people they respect, then there is clearly only one choice.

And it’s not the person with the “D” or G” behind their name…  The only choice that has a chance of being elected has the “R” behind their name, not the “L”.

Some have accused me of being a single-issue voter.  So be it, but if one looks deeper, there’s a reason for it.  If you have a better strategy, I’d love to hear it.

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Who’s Deplorable?

Hillary “The Hildebeast” Clinton stated this about Trump supporters:

You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic – you name it. And unfortunately there are people like that. And he has lifted them up. He has given voice to their websites that used to only have 11,000 people, now have 11 million. He tweets and retweets offensive, hateful, mean-spirited rhetoric.

Now some of those folks, they are irredeemable, but thankfully they are not America.

For a Presidential candidate to state this about her fellow citizens (who vote, by the way) is in itself deplorable.  It shows that this person does not think much about the people that she is to serve while President or in any political office.

And yet, little to no outrage from the above is present in the Media.  You and I both know that if The Hildebeast had a “R” after her name denoting party affiliation, the pundits would be screaming for her blood and her head.  Instead, praise for her social warrior bravery.

From American Thinker’s Christopher Chantrill:

Let us be generous to Clinton. When she talked about a basket of deplorables she was just serving up to her LGBT audience what it wanted to hear. That’s what politicians do for a living.

And the whole racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia name-shaming crock is necessary, both to keep the Democratic Coalition of the Fringes properly grateful to their ruling class masters, and to keep the rubes, the deplorables, in fear of their jobs for saying the wrong thing at work, or in church. It is the glue that keeps the Democrats together.

Which reminds me of the following excerpt from a post in November 2005:

In case any of you didn’t know, a typical politician’s primary job is not to serve the people who elected him. His primary job is to get himself (or herself) elected or re-elected. Second is to reward all those contributors that gave $$ to help him get elected. Third is to get as many perks & benefits as he can while he is in office. Last on the list is the common person like you & I.

Again, from American Thinker’s Christopher Chantrill:

But really. Let’s have a reality check about the -isms and the -phobias.

Racism is a problem? You mean in the country that went to war to free the slaves, that passed the civil rights acts? That elected a black president? Sexism? You mean the country that gave women the vote, that has encouraged women, indeed, has mandated that women get preference at the university and the workplace? Homophobia? You mean the country that doesn’t riot in indignation when elite gays get to harass the little people for not wanting to bake a gay wedding cake? Islamophobia? You mean the country in which a supermarket checker gets to wear the hijab, a defiant statement of separation and act of segregation in my book, and gets to live to tell the tale?

You know what I think? I think that the ordinary white middle class has shown the most amazing patience and sturdiness as they have marked time for the last 50 years while liberals deployed government force to help blacks, women, gays, Hispanics, Muslims at their expense.

You want to talk about deplorable, then how about the lower half of white America that has been paying for the liberal agenda for the last half century not in taxes, but in diminished lives, so that liberals could pat themselves on the back for their compassion and their passionate activism.

And another thing. Sure it’s deplorable what liberals have done to the white working class and the unorganized white middle class that just follows the rules, goes to work, and obeys the law.

If we really want to talk about who is deplorable in this situation, let’s talk about the Hildebeast’s many scandals that she and her husband have been a part of for all of their 30-plus years in public office.  Let’s talk about the Hildebeast’s use of the Clinton Foundation for a “pay to play” scheme for influence in State Department recommendations for foreign governments is just one way that this person has sold our country (and us) to the highest bidder.  Let’s talk about revelations from this past week show that large “contributions” to the DNC resulted in perks to the donors such as ambassadorships, appointments, access to the President, and other perks (link here for just one article).  Let’s talk about the Progressive Liberal agenda (another name for Socialism) to reduce the greatness of America into the shithole of a third-world country.

From American Thinker’s Shelby Williams:

Our founding documents give us the reasons in plain English: to secure the unalienable rights of “Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness” (the Declaration of Independence) and “to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity” (the preamble to the Constitution of the United States).

In other words, our government exists to secure the liberty of its citizens.  There is a reason why the word “Liberty” appears in both the Declaration and the Constitution: because liberty is the paramount moral directive by which one human being can interact with another.  To rob another human being unwillingly of his time, effort, intellection, the fruits of his labor, or his very life is to violate his self-sovereignty and to do him evil.  Governments were known by our founders to be the very worst violators of this principle, and so the founders set up our government to be the very basis for which self-sovereignty was to be preserved, which established our republic as unique in the whole of human history.

At least it used to be.  We have lost our way.

The government we know today exists only for itself.  It feeds off the citizenry to support its own largesse.  It is used as a mechanism by its adherents to further pet projects and ply us with social experiments.  It steadily erodes, rather than secures, liberty.  The Constitution was established to confine government, but through two centuries of Supreme Court malignance, we have a government that, collectively, does not recognize self-sovereignty as a natural right.

That, my friends, is what is truly deplorable, and the who are the people trying their damnest to make it happen.

To reverse this course will take the courage of the Electorate to elect people that will reverse this course.  Those people are few and far between.  The start is to elect good people, people who hold dear the ideals presented in the Constitution, and believe that Liberty is in the actions of the People, not by governmental mandate.

The only Presidential candidate this year that has a chance of righting the ship is Donald Trump, a political outsider.  Perhaps this is who we need – someone not of the political elite.  We know that the Hildebeast isn’t that person.

But we also must look at our Senators and Representatives, not only at the Federal level, but State and Local.  While I do not advocate a straight party ticket, I cannot abide supporting the Democrat party, and the only way to effectively oppose the Democrat Party is to vote Republican.

For Better or Worse, that is what We The People must do.

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